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  • 1. February 9, 2011 Corporate Name: Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. President & CEO: Kazuhiko Ishimura (Code Number: 5201; TSE 1st section) Contact: Toshihiro Ueda, General Manager, Corporate Communications & Investor Relations (Tel: +81-3-3218-5509) Consolidated Financial Results for the Fiscal Year ended December 31, 2010 (Fractions less than one million yen are rounded off.)1. Financial results for FY2010 (January 1 through December 31, 2010) (1) Consolidated operating results (Percentage figures show year-on-year changes.) FY2010 FY2009 (Jan through Dec 2010) (Jan through Dec 2009) millions of yen % millions of yen % Net sales 1,288,947 12.3 1,148,198 (20.5) Operating income 229,205 164.4 86,682 (43.7) Ordinary income 226,806 160.1 87,207 (20.5) Net income 123,184 516.4 19,985 (49.0) Net income per share -basic (yen) 105.52 17.12 Net income per share -fully diluted (yen) 97.84 17.04 Return on equity (%) 15.8 2.7 Ratio of ordinary income to total assets (%) 12.8 4.8 Ratio of operating income to net sales (%) 17.8 7.5Reference: Equity in gains (losses) of unconsolidated and affiliates for -FY2010; 2,188 million yen -FY2009; (451) million yen (2) Consolidated financial position FY2010 FY2009 (as of December 31, 2010) (as of December 31, 2009) Total assets (millions of yen) 1,764,038 1,781,875 Total net assets (millions of yen) 849,815 808,312 Equity ratio (%) 45.8 42.4 Equity per share (yen) 692.59 646.53Reference: Total Shareholders Equity at -FY2010; 808,242 million yen -FY2009; 754,883 million yen 1
  • 2. (3) Consolidated cash flows FY2010 FY2009 (Jan through Dec 2010) (Jan through Dec 2009) Cash flows from operating activities (millions of yen) 285,669 180,683 Cash flows from investing activities (millions of yen) (124,644) (115,563) Cash flows from financing activities (millions of yen) (100,797) (30,092) Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the year (millions of yen) 152,792 95,8692. Dividends (Base date) FY2009 FY2010 FY2011(forecast) End of the first quarter (yen) - - - End of the second quarter (yen) 8.00 12.00 13.00 Dividend per share End of the third quarter (yen) - - - End of the fiscal year (yen) 8.00 14.00 13.00 Full fiscal year (yen) 16.00 26.00 26.00 Total dividend distribution (full fiscal year) 18,681 30,347 - (millions of yen) Payout ratio (consolidated) (%) 93.5 24.6 23.3 Ratio of dividend distribution to stockholders equity 2.5 3.9 - (consolidated) (%)3. Forecast for FY2011 (January 1 through December 31, 2011) (Percentage figures show year-on-year changes.) First half Full fiscal year millions of yen % millions of yen % Net sales 650,000 1.3 1,350,000 4.7 Operating income 100,000 13.0 220,000 4.0 Ordinary income 100,000 11.1 215,000 5.2 Net income 60,000 19.3 130,000 5.5 Net income per share (yen) 51.41 111.40 2
  • 3. 4. Other Information (1) Changes in significant subsidiaries during the period under review (Changes in specific subsidiaries involving changes in the scope of consolidation): Yes New 0 company Excluded 1company (Hunan HEG Electronic Glass Co., Ltd.) For details, refer to page 10. (2) Changes in accounting principles, procedures and presentation methods for financial statements (Changes in key accounting standards for financial reporting) . Changes resulting from revisions to accounting standards: Yes . Other changes: Yes For details, refer to page 20-23. (3) Number of shares issued (common stock) . Number of shares issued (including treasury stock) at the end of the period -FY2010 (as of December 31, 2010): 1,186,705,905 -FY2009 (as of December 31, 2009): 1,186,705,905 . Treasury stock at the end of the period -FY2010 (as of December 31, 2010): 19,722,989 -FY2009 (as of December 31, 2009): 19,120,306 [Reference] (1) Non-Consolidated operating results (Percentage figures show year-on-year changes.) FY2010 FY2009 (Jan through Dec 2010) (Jan through Dec 2009) millions of yen % millions of yen % Net sales 638,521 21.0 527,841 (18.3) Operating income 129,195 398.0 25,945 (48.5) Ordinary income 136,583 338.3 31,162 (44.7) Net income 73,495 - (42,174) - Net income per share -basic (yen) 62.96 (36.12) Net income per share -fully diluted (yen) 58.38 - (2) Non-Consolidated financial position FY2010 FY2009 (as of December 31, 2010) (as of December 31, 2009) Total assets (millions of yen) 1,153,964 1,097,753 Total net assets (millions of yen) 532,896 487,360 Equity ratio (%) 46.1 44.3 Equity per share (yen) 455.55 416.56Reference: Total Shareholders Equity at -FY2010; 531,619 million yen -FY2009; 486,367 million yen*Appropriate Use of Forecast and Other Information and Other Matters The above-mentioned forecast reflects managements judgment on the basis of currently available information, as such, contain risks and uncertainties. For matters concerning the above forecast, please see page 8. 3
  • 4. Qualitative Information and Financial Statements1. Operating Results (1) Analysis of operating results Operating results for FY2010 For the fiscal year under review (from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010), the global economic environment which surrounds the Company and its consolidated subsidiaries (hereinafter collectively referred to as the AGC Group or simply as the Group ) is characterized by a gradual recovery in developed countries and economic expansion in emerging countries. In Japan, the economic conditions have made a turn towards recovery thanks to increased exports and other factors, despite continuously sluggish consumer spending. In China ans other Asian countries and regions, which has demonstrated notable economic growth, economic expansion continued due to solid domestic demand as well increases in exports. In the U.S., the economy gradually recovered, supported by consumer spending. In Europe, economic decline ceased, despite fiscal and financial anxieties that originated in Greece. In some countries such as in Germany, the economy has recovered. Within such a business environment, the AGC Group posted net sales of 1,288.9 billion yen which was 140.7 billion yen or 12.3% increase compared to the previous year ( year-on-year ); operating income of 229.2 billion yen which was 142.5 billion yen or 164.4% increase year-on-year; ordinary income of 226.8 billion yen which was 139.6 billion yen or 160.1% increase year-on-year; and net income of 123.2 billion yen which was 103.2 billion yen or 516.4% increase year-on-year. Overview by business segment (Unit: billions of yen) Net sales Operating income FY2010 FY2009 FY2010 FY2009 Glass 570.9 525.0 21.2 (35.0) Electronics and Display 435.3 369.3 189.9 126.9 Chemicals 260.1 233.7 15.2 (7.7) Other 77.3 68.9 3.0 2.0 Corporate or elimination (54.7) (48.7) (0.1) 0.5 Total 1,288.9 1,148.2 229.2 86.7 Note: Figures are rounded to the nearest 10 million yen. - Glass Operations In the flat glass business, architectural glass shipments increased in all regions, and shipments of glass for solar power systems were also strong. However, sales increased only slightly compared to the previous year due to the effect resulting from appreciation of the yen. In the automotive glass business, shipments were continuously strong due to the effects of demand- oriented stimulus measures implemented in various countries. Sales in this business increased compared to the previous year. As a result, net sales from the Glass Operations for the fiscal year were 570.9 billion yen which was 45.9 billion yen or 8.7% increase year-on-year, and operating income was 21.2 billion yen which was 56.2 billion yen increase year-on-year. - Electronics and Display Operations In the display business, shipments of glass substrates for flat panel displays (FPDs) were strong and sales in this business increased year-on-year as shipments for the full fiscal year increased year-on-year despite the effects of adjustments in operations conducted by panel makers in the second half of the year. In the electronics materials business, sales increased year-on-year due to shipments of products such as optoelectronics materials and semiconductor-related materials. As a result, net sales from the Electronics and Display Operations for the fiscal year were 435.3 billion yen which was 66.0 billion yen or 17.9% increase year-on-year, and operating income was 189.9 billion yen which was 63.0 billion yen or 49.6% increase year-on-year. 4
  • 5. - Chemicals Operations In the chlor-alkali & urethane business, sales increased year-on-year due to strong demand for caustic soda and vinyl chloride-related products during the course of the year. In the fluorochemical & specialty chemicals business, demand mainly for water and oil repellents and fluorinated resins was strong. Sales increased from the previous fiscal year due to increased shipments resulting from the expansion of the fluorinated resin film market. As a result, net sales resulting from Chemicals Operations for the fiscal year were 260.1 billion yen which was 26.4 billion yen or 11.3% increase year-on-year, and operating income was 15.2 billion yen which was 22.9 billion yen increase year-on- year. - Other Operations In the ceramics business, sales increased year-on-year due to the recovery of demand both in the glass engineering market and in the environmental energy market. As a result, net sales from Other Operations for the fiscal year were 77.3 billion yen which was 8.4 billion yen or 12.2% increase year-on-year, and operating income was 3.0 billion yen which was 1.0 billion yen or 47.4% increase year-on-year. Overview by geographic segment (Unit: billions of yen) Net sales Operating income FY2010 FY2009 FY2010 FY2009Japan 777.6 658.6 138.1 27.5Asia 495.7 418.0 89.7 78.3The Americas 86.1 76.5 (5.1) (12.5)Europe 233.0 236.1 6.8 (6.5)Corporate or elimination (303.4) (240.9) (0.3) (0.2)Total 1,288.9 1,148.2 229.2 86.7 Note: Figures are rounded to the nearest 10 million yen. - Japan Net sales in Japan for the fiscal year were 777.6 billion yen which was 119.1 billion yen or 18.1% increase year-on-year, and operating income was 138.1 billion yen which was 110.6 billion yen or 401.8% increase year-on-year. - Asia Net sales in Asia for the fiscal year were 495.7 billion yen which was 77.7 billion yen or 18.6% increase year-on-year, and operating income was 89.7 billion yen which was 11.4 billion yen or 14.5% increase year-on-year. - The Americas Net sales in the Americas for the fiscal year were 86.1 billion yen which was 9.6 billion yen or 12.6% increase year-on-year, and operating loss was 5.1 billion yen which was a decrease of 7.4 billion yen from the previous fiscal year. - Europe Net sales in Europe for the fiscal year were 233.0 billion yen which was 3.1 billion yen or 1.3% decrease year-on-year, and operating income was 6.8 billion yen which was 13.3 billion yen increase year-on-year. The overview by geographic segment is described in Overview by business segment. 5
  • 6. (2) Analysis of financial conditions Overview of financial conditions (Unit: billions of yen) FY2010 FY2009 ChangeTotal assets 1,764.0 1,781.9 (17.8)Total liabilities 914.2 973.6 (59.3)Total net assets 849.8 808.3 41.5 Note: Figures are rounded to the nearest 10 million yen. - Total assets Total assets as of the end of fiscal year under review were 1,764.0 billion yen, down 17.8 billion yen from the previous year. This fall is mainly due to a decrease in tangible fixed assets. - Total liabilities Total liabilities as of the end of the fiscal year under review were 914.2 billion yen, down 59.3 billion yen from the end of the previous year. This decline is chiefly attributable to a decrease in interest-bearing liabilities resulting from the repayment of loans. - Total net assets Total net assets as of the end of the fiscal year under review were 849.8 billion yen, up 41.5 billion yen from the end of the previous year. This increase chiefly reflects an increase in retained earnings due to the posting of net income despite a decrease in foreign currency translation adjustments resulting from appreciation of the yen. Overview of cash flows (Unit: billions of yen) FY2010 FY2009 ChangeCash flows from operating activities 285.7 180.7 105.0Cash flows from investing activities (124.6) (115.6) (9.1)Cash flows from financing activities (100.8) (30.1) (70.7)Cash & cash equivalents as of end of period 152.8 95.9 56.9 Note: Figures are rounded to the nearest 10 million yen. - Cash flows from operating activities Net cash provided by operating activities was 285.7 billion yen for the fiscal year under review, up 105.0 billion yen from the previous year. This increase is mainly due to an increase in income before income taxes and minority interests. - Cash flows from investing activities Net cash used in investing activities increased 9.1 billion yen year-on-year, to 124.6 billion yen. This increase is mainly due to increased expenditures resulting from purchase of investments in subsidiaries. As a result, free cash flows for the fiscal year under review, which is the sum of cash flows from operating activities and investing activities, increased 95.9 billion yen from the previous year to 161.0 billion yen. - Cash flows from financing activities Net cash used in financing activities for the fiscal year under review was 100.8 billion yen for the fiscal year under review, up 70.7 billion yen from the previous year. This increase is mainly due to the repayment of interest-bearing liabilities. As a result, the outstanding balance of cash and cash equivalents as of the end of the fiscal year under review increased 56.9 billion yen in comparison with that of the previous year, to 152.8 billion yen. 6
  • 7. - Cash flow indices FY2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 Equity ratio (%) 45.3 39.8 42.4 45.8 Equity ratio based on market value (%) 83.4 32.1 57.5 62.8 Number of years for debt redemption 2.2 2.9 3.3 1.8 Interest coverage ratio 13.3 14.0 17.4 44.4(Notes) Equity ratio (%): (Net assets – minority interest – share subscription rights) / total assets Equity ratio based on market value (%): Total market capitalization / total assets Number of years for debt redemption: Interest-bearing debts/operating cash flows Interest coverage ratio: Operating cash flows/interest payment- All indices were computed using consolidated financial figures.- Total market capitalization was computed based on the closing stock price at period-end multiplied by number of outstanding shares at period-end (after deducting treasury stock).- Operating cash flows represent cash flows from operating activities on the consolidated statements of cash flows.- Interest-bearing debts represent all debts on the consolidated balance sheets for which interest is paid. In addition, interest payment represents amount of interest paid on the consolidated statements of cash flows. 7
  • 8. (3) Forecast for FY2011 Operating forecast for FY2011 (Unit: billions of yen) Net Sales Operating income Ordinary income Net income FY 2011 1,350.0 220.0 215.0 130.0 (January 1 through December 31, 2011) FY 2010 1,288.9 229.2 226.8 123.2 (January 1 through December 31, 2010) Change (%) 4.7 (4.0) (5.2) 5.5 Note: Figures are rounded to the nearest 10 million yen. Although the overall global economy is expected to grow slightly in 2011 due to a gradual upward trend in the economies of developed countries as well as due to the boosted economic growth in emerging countries, there are concerns about oil price hikes and other factors. Under these circumstances, shipments of architectural glass, automotive glass and glass for solar power systems are all expected to increase in the Glass Operations, although care must be exercised when anticipating the movement of demand in each region. In the Electronics & Display Operations, shipments of glass substrates for FPDs are expected to increase in line with the growth of the display market. Shipments of electronics materials are also expected to increase. In the Chemicals Operations, shipments of both chlor-alkali & urethane and fluorochemicals & specialty chemicals are expected to be strong. Thanks to these positive forecast, the AGC Group expects that sales for FY2011 will increase year-on-year. The net profit, however, will be in the same range as the previous year due to factors such as a price increase in raw materials and fuels. Based on the outlook described above, the AGC Group expects sales for FY2011 of 1,350.0 billion yen which is 61.1 billion yen or 4.7% increase year-on-year; operating income of 220.0 billion yen which is 9.2 billion yen or 4.0% decrease year-on- year; ordinary income of 215.0 billion yen which is 11.8 billion yen or 5.2% decrease year-on-year; and net income of 130.0 billion yen which is 6.8 billion yen or 5.5% increase year-on-year. The assumed average exchange rate for the FY2011 is 85 yen to the U.S. dollar and 110 yen to the Euro. Forecast of financial conditions for FY2011 Of the cash flows from operating activities, income before income taxes and minority interest is expected to increase compared with that for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2010. Depreciation expenses are expected increase by 10.0 billion yen year-on-year to 120.0 billion yen due to an increase in capital expenditures. Of the cash flows from investing activities, capital expenditures are expected to increase 82.6 billion yen year-on-year to 200.0 billion yen. As for financing activities, the AGC Group will repay interest-bearing debts and increase borrowings, in addition to paying dividends in accordance with the Group s dividend policy. (4) Allocation and Distribution of Profits and Dividends Based on its policy to maintain stable dividends, the AGC Group is doing its utmost to proactively return profits to shareholders by aiming for a dividend payout ratio (consolidated) of approximately 30%, while giving comprehensive consideration to consolidated business results and future investment plans, among others. The AGC Group will also allocate retained earnings to R&D, capital investment as well as merger and acquisition activities, to strengthen its financial position and improve its corporate value. Considering that the AGC Group posted a record net profit for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2010, the Company is planning to increase the total full year dividend payout by 2 yen from the last revised forecast (announced on November 5, 2010) to 26 yen (12 yen per share for interim dividend, and 14 yen per share for year-end dividend (provisional)). FY 2011 total full year dividend payout will be 26 yen (13 yen per share for interim dividend, and 13 yen per share for year-end dividend (provisional)) based on the Company s policy to maintain stable dividend payment.[Important notes with regard to the forecast ] The above prospective results reflect the judgment of the Groups management on the basis of currently available information and, as such, contain risks and uncertainties. For this reason, investors are recommended not to base investment decisions solely on these prospective results. Please note that actual results may materially differ from the projection due to such various factors as business and market environment the Group is active in, currency exchange rate fluctuations, and others. 8
  • 9. 2. Overview of the AGC Group The AGC Group consists of the Company and its 215 subsidiaries and 45 affiliates, and its main businesses are as set out below. The classification below is the same as that of the business segment information. Business segment Product category Main products Float flat glass, Figured glass, Polished wired glass, Heat-absorbing glass, Heat-reflective glass, Fabricated glass for architectural use(Insulating glass Flat glass units, Security glass, Fire-resistant glass), Fabricated glass for industrial Glass Operations use, Glass for solar power system, etc. Float glass for automotive, Automotive tempered glass, Automotive Automotive glass laminated glass, etc. Other glass Lighting lamp glass products, Industrial glass product, etc. Displays LCD glass substrates, PDP glass substrates, etc. Electronics and Display Optical filters for Displays, Optical membranes, Optoelectronics materials, Operations Electronic materials Synthetic quartz glass, Glass frit and paste, Materials for semiconductor manufacturing equipment, etc. Vinyl chloride monomers, Caustic soda, Urethane materials, Gases, Chlor-alkali & urethane Solvents, etc. Chemicals Operations Fluorochemicals & Fluorinated resins, Water and oil repellents, Battery materials, Iodine- specialty chemicals related materials, etc. Ceramic products, etc. Other Operations Logistics services, Financial services 9
  • 10. The following shows the organization chart of the Company, its consolidated subsidiaries and itsaffiliates under the equity method in the AGC Group. Glass Operations (134 companies in total) Chemicals Operations (24 companies in total) Domestic operations (15 companies in total) Supply of products Supply of Domestic operations (15 companies in total) and materials materials AGC Glass Products Co., Ltd. Ise Chemicals Corporation AGC Glass Kenzai Co., Ltd. Supply of Supply of products etc. etc. products and materials Overseas Operations (119 companies in total) Supply of Overseas operations (9 companies in total) Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. AGC Flat Glass North America, Inc. (U.S.A.) products P.T. Asahimas Chemical (Indonesia) AGC Glass Europe (Belgium) Supply of AGC Automotive Europe S.A.(Belgium) Supply of etc. products AGC Flat Glass Czech A.S. (Czech Republic) products AGC Flat Glass Klin LLC (Russia) AGC Bor Glassworks (Russia) etc. Electronics & Display Operations (27 companies in total) Other Operations (23 companies in total) Domestic operations (7 companies in total) Domestic operations (9 companies in total) Supply of Supply of materials products and AGC Ceramics Co., Ltd. AGC Display Glass Yonezawa Co., Ltd. services AGC Finance Co., Ltd. AGC Techno Glass Co., Ltd. Supply of AGC Logistics Co., Ltd. etc. products etc. Overseas operations (20 companies in total) Supply of products and Overseas operations (14 companies in total) AGC Display Glass Taiwan Co., Ltd. (Taiwan) materials Asahi Glass Fine Techno Korea Co., Ltd. AGC Singapore Services Pte. Ltd. (Singapore) (South Korea) AGC Capital, Inc. (U.S.A.) Supply of Hanwook Techno Glass Co., Ltd. (South Korea) AGC America, Inc. (U.S.A.) products etc. etc. Note: The number of companies in each category does not include the Company. During this fiscal year, Hunan HEG Electronic Glass Co., Ltd., a consolidated subsidiary of the Company, was excluded from the scope of consolidation. 10
  • 11. 3. Management Policy (1) Fundamental Policy of Management Based on the group vision the AGC Group aims to excel as a highly profitable and fast-growing enterprise that supplies materials and components globally, based on its core technologies in glass, fluorine chemistry, and related fields. To achieve those aims, it is a fundamental management policy of the AGC Group to bolster its total corporate value by endeavoring to be the leader in each market in which it competes. All members of the Group are expected to adopt and follow the four shared values of Innovation & Operational Excellence, Diversity, Environment, and Integrity. (2) Targeted Corporate Index The AGC Group aims to achieve ROE (return on equity) of 12% or more and D/E ratio (interest-bearing debt to net assets ratio) of 0.5 or below as specific financial targets of the medium-term management plan for the three years from FY2010. It will strive to accomplish these financial goals by increasing asset turnover ratio, in addition to boosting profits. (3) Medium- and Long-Term Strategies The AGC Group has defined its aspirations for 2020 as follows. We aspire to excel as a highly profitable and fast-growing global enterprise making contributions to a sustainable society by: Having strong and differentiated technologies Giving consideration to environmental friendliness not only of its products but also for overall production processes and business activities Contributing to the development of fast-growing regions To achieve these goals, the AGC Group will accelerate the implementation of measures displayed as , our management policy, and build the foundations for growth, which is a top-priority issue. Specifically, we will advance our glass technology, as well as promote business differentiation by combining and developing the Group s core technologies in glass, chemicals, and ceramics in order to become a glass-technology-driven company. In addition, the Group will deliver technology solutions for climate change by energy reduction within production processes and by providing products based on its core technologies. The Group will also strive to enhance its earnings capabilities in mature markets as part of its efforts as the Second Round of Globalization, and expand its business in emerging markets by adopting necessary measures depending on regional circumstances. When implementing measures, we will focus our efforts on further embedding our philosophies related to the issues of MONOZUKURI (quality manufacturing), the pursuit of quality and the improvement of customer satisfaction (CS), as the DNA of the AGC Group. In addition, we will draw the best out of individual employees and build the foundations for growth under the slogan Our People are Our Strength. (4) Action measures The AGC Group regards the three years from 2010 to 2012 as the period for ensuring growth toward achieving the aspirations for the AGC Group in 2020, and will take various measures within the Medium-term Management plant, The AGC Group s performance in 2010 under this plan was the highest level ever achieved. Also, the Group is sustriving to achieve goals in relation to financial indices. The Group will strengthen the profitability of its existing business operations, and strive to build the foundations for growth. Strengthening the profitability of existing business operations In the Glass operations, the Group will promote the development, manufacturing and marketing of architectural glass products that can satisfy the needs of each region, and strive to strengthen the development of, and make proposals on, products for eco- friendly cars and products with improved comfort. In addition, the Group will strive to reduce costs by optimizing the operation of its facilities and physical distribution, and by further improving the productivity of overall operations, ranging from raw materials to final products. In the Electronics and Display operations, the Group will ensure profitability by continuously improving productivity and yield ratios and through optimum operation of its facilities in line with the demand of the continuously growing flat panel display market. 11
  • 12. In the Chemicals operations, the Group will strengthen its differentiation strategy within the fluorochemicals business,reinforce pharmaceutical/agrichemical intermediates, and expand the chlor-alkali business in Asia. The Group will also striveto improve productivity through process innovation and continuously reduce costs.Building the foundation for growthIn order to build foundations for growth, the Group will, for the present, focus on the following business areas and pick upbusiness development in growing areas as part of efforts toward becoming a glass-technology-driven company and towarddelivering technology solutions for climate change.Specialty display glass business operationsThe diversification of televisions, mobile devices and other display applications is creating needs for more advanced functions.The Group will certainly seize this business opportunity and begin stable mass production of high-functional specialty glass,such as cover glass to protect the surface of touchscreen panels, by utilizing the highly-efficient floating method.In addition, the Group will integrate the operations of all existing float facilities for electronics, flexibly respond to demandsand optimize facility investments. The Group will also seek opportunities to utilize the technologies cultivated in the displaybusiness into other markets such as housing and automotives.Environment-related business operationsWith respect to solar-related business operations, the Group will make concerted efforts within the chemicals and ceramicsbusiness divisions as well as the glass business division in developing, manufacturing and marketing various components usedin solar modules.In the architectural glass business, the Group will develop, manufacture and market the most advanced energy-saving glassproducts and tailor them to each region by utilizing the strength of globally operating coating facilities. In Japan, the Groupwill build the foundations for offering energy-saving windows through business collaboration in relation to the windowsbusiness started in 2010. In the automotive glass business, the Group will accelerate the development of light-weight, high-performance automotive glass with excellent heat-blocking capabilities that are mainly used for eco-friendly car products, andaggressively make proposals in regard to such products.In order to promote the "Second round of globalization," in Russia, the Group will leverage the world-class float glass furnacethat started operating in 2010, to respond to rising demand in the country. In China, the Group established a centralized officein the start of 2011 to better coordinate local operations, secure up-to-date market information and support new-businessinitiatives. The AGC Group also plans to launch full-scale operations in other emerging markets that the Group seeks presence. 12
  • 13. 4. Consolidated Financial Statements (1) Consolidated Balance Sheets (Unit: millions of yen) FY2009 FY2010 (as of December 31, 2009) (as of December 31, 2010) Current Assets 558,509 626,916 Cash on hand and in banks 83,953 91,497 Trade notes and accounts receivable 225,480 237,962 Marketable securities 20,000 68,000 Finished products 77,647 74,122 Work in process 34,604 38,737 Raw materials and supplies 64,294 63,493 Deferred income taxes 16,419 21,450 Other current assets 41,746 36,712 Allowance for bad debts (5,637) (5,060) Fixed Assets 1,223,366 1,137,122 Tangible Fixed Assets 928,285 861,395 Buildings and structures 255,371 242,257 Machinery and equipment 462,399 456,599 Tools and fixtures 14,259 13,501 Land 83,601 80,669 Lease assets 4,471 3,412 Construction in progress 108,182 64,955 Intangible Fixed Assets 36,213 39,482 Investments and other assets 258,867 236,244 Investments in securities 199,816 187,308 Long-term loans 6,788 5,489 Long-term prepaid expenses 2,287 1,954 Deferred income taxes 36,953 31,138 Other investments 15,111 13,032 Allowance for bad debts (2,090) (2,679) Total Assets 1,781,875 1,764,038 13
  • 14. (Unit: millions of yen) FY2009 FY2010 (as of December 31, 2009) (as of December 31, 2010)Current Liabilities 335,583 402,237 Trade notes and accounts payable 129,237 124,350 Short-term bank loans 64,046 60,388 Commercial paper 1,498 7,643 Current maturities of bonds 3,167 32,633 Other accounts payable 41,085 43,822 Accrued expenses 18,895 20,503 Income taxes payable 17,789 48,413 Deposits received 27,171 29,073 Accrued bonuses to employees 6,328 7,789 Accrued bonuses to directors 132 145 Reserve for scheduled repairs 2,807 3,152 Reserve for restructuring programs 4,723 1,793 Other current liabilities 18,700 22,526Non-current Liabilities 637,979 511,985 Bonds issued 165,152 132,250 Bonds with subscription rights to shares 100,000 100,000 Long-term bank loans 263,483 172,362 Deferred income taxes 13,317 15,095 Accrued retirement benefits for employees 64,265 59,283 Accrued retirement benefits for directors and corporate 399 299 auditors Reserve for rebuilding furnaces 7,230 4,784 Reserve for restructuring programs 6,738 12,126 Other non-current liabilities 17,392 15,783Total Liabilities 973,563 914,223Shareholders Equity 815,622 914,920 Common stock 90,873 90,873 Additional paid-in capital 96,961 96,961 Retained earnings 648,939 748,751 Treasury stock (21,152) (21,666)Valuation and Translation Adjustments (60,738) (106,677) Unrealized gains on securities, net of tax 42,593 38,555 Deferred gains or losses on hedges, net of tax (299) 81 Foreign currency translation adjustments (103,032) (145,313)Share Subscription Rights 992 1,276Minority Interests in Consolidated Subsidiaries 52,436 40,296Total Net Assets 808,312 849,815Total Liabilities and Net Assets 1,781,875 1,764,038 14
  • 15. (2) Consolidated Statements of Income (Unit: millions of yen) FY2009 FY2010 (Jan 1 through Dec 31, 2009) (Jan 1 through Dec 31, 2010) Net Sales 1,148,198 1,288,947 Cost of Sales 826,995 838,022 Gross profit 321,202 450,924 Selling, General and Administrative Expenses 234,520 221,719 Operating Income 86,682 229,205 Other Income 21,271 8,635 Interest income 1,735 1,276 Dividend income 2,801 2,627 Exchange gain, net 9,683 Equity in gains of unconsolidated subsidiaries and 2,188 affiliates Others 7,051 2,542 Other Expenses 20,746 11,034 Interest expenses 10,038 6,258 Interest on commercial papers 112 17 Bond issuance cost 2,835 Exchange loss, net 2,837 Equity in losses of unconsolidated subsidiaries and 451 affiliates Others 7,307 1,920 Ordinary Income 87,207 226,806 Extraordinary Gains 4,445 4,983 Gain on sale of properties 2,879 1,597 Gain on sale of investments in securities, unconsolidated 4 1,401 subsidiaries and affiliates Gain on sale of investments in subsidiaries 289 102 Reversal of reserve for rebuilding furnaces 842 Gain on negative goodwill 1,042 Others 429 838 Extraordinary Losses 51,153 39,631 Loss on disposal of properties 6,681 4,953 Impairment loss on long-lived assets 18,341 12,410 Expenses for restructuring programs 24,940 15,396 Others 1,190 6,871 Income before income taxes and minority interests 40,499 192,158 Income Taxes Current 20,092 60,232 Deferred 259 2,940 Minority Interests in Earnings of Consolidated Subsidiaries 680 5,801 Net Income 19,985 123,184 15
  • 16. (3) Consolidated Statements of Changes in Net Assets (Unit: millions of yen) FY2009 FY2010 (as of December 31, 2009) (as of December 31, 2010) Shareholders Equity Common stock Balance at the end of previous period 90,873 90,873 Changes of items during the period Total changes of items during the period - - Balance at the end of period 90,873 90,873 Additional paid-in capital Balance at the end of previous period 96,961 96,961 Changes of items during the period Total changes of items during the period - - Balance at the end of period 96,961 96,961 Retained earnings Balance at the end of previous period 660,237 648,939 Changes of items during the period Dividends declared (23,352) (23,350) Net income 19,985 123,184 Disposal of treasury stock (31) (20) Effect of changes in accounting policies applied to (8,293) - foreign subsidiaries Change of scope of equity method 394 - Total changes of items during the period (11,298) 99,812 Balance at the end of period 648,939 748,751 Treasury stock Balance at the end of previous period (21,140) (21,152) Changes of items during the period Increase of treasury stock (92) (609) Disposal of treasury stock 79 95 Total changes of items during the period (12) (514) Balance at the end of period (21,152) (21,666) Total Shareholders Equity Balance at the end of previous period 826,932 815,622 Changes of items during the period Dividends declared (23,352) (23,350) Net income 19,985 123,184 Increase of treasury stock (92) (609) Disposal of treasury stock 47 74 Effect of changes in accounting policies applied to (8,293) - foreign subsidiaries Change of scope of equity method 394 - Total changes of items during the period (11,310) 99,298 Balance at the end of period 815,622 914,920 16
  • 17. (Unit: millions of yen) FY2009 FY2010 (as of December 31, 2009) (as of December 31, 2010)Valuation and translation adjustments Unrealized gains on securities, net of tax Balance at the end of previous period 25,328 42,593 Changes of items during the period Net changes of items other than shareholders equity 17,264 (4,037) during the period Total changes of items during the period 17,264 (4,037) Balance at the end of period 42,593 38,555 Deferred gains or losses on hedges, net of tax Balance at the end of previous period (3,805) (299) Changes of items during the period Net changes of items other than shareholders equity 3,506 380 during the period Total changes of items during the period 3,506 380 Balance at the end of period (299) 81 Land revaluation reserve Balance at the end of previous period 62 - Changes of items during the period Net changes of items other than shareholders equity (62) - during the period Total changes of items during the period (62) - Balance at the end of period - - Foreign currency translation adjustments Balance at the end of previous period (118,142) (103,032) Changes of items during the period Net changes of items other than shareholders equity 15,109 (42,281) during the period Total changes of items during the period 15,109 (42,281) Balance at the end of period (103,032) (145,313) Total valuation and translation adjustments Balance at the end of previous period (96,556) (60,738) Changes of items during the period Net changes of items other than shareholders equity 35,818 (45,938) during the period Total changes of items during the period 35,818 (45,938) Balance at the end of period (60,738) (106,677)Share Subscription Rights Balance at the end of previous period 672 992 Changes of items during the period Net changes of items other than shareholders equity 319 283 during the period Total changes of items during the period 319 283 Balance at the end of period 992 1,276Minority Interests in Consolidated Subsidiaries Balance at the end of previous period 49,815 52,436 Changes of items during the period Net changes of items other than shareholders equity 2,620 (12,139) during the period Total changes of items during the period 2,620 (12,139) Balance at the end of period 52,436 40,296 17
  • 18. (Unit: millions of yen) FY2009 FY2010 (as of December 31, 2009) (as of December 31, 2010)Total Net Assets Balance at the end of previous period 780,864 808,312 Changes of items during the period Dividends declared (23,352) (23,350) Net income 19,985 123,184 Increase of treasury stock (92) (609) Disposal of treasury stock 47 74 Effect of changes in accounting policies applied to (8,293) - foreign subsidiaries Change of scope of equity method 394 - Net changes of items other than shareholders equity 38,758 (57,795) during the period Total changes of items during the period 27,448 41,503 Balance at the end of period 808,312 849,815 18
  • 19. (4) Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows (Unit: millions of yen) FY2009 FY2010 (Jan 1 through Dec 31, 2009) (Jan 1 through Dec 31, 2010)Cash Flows from Operating Activities Income before income taxes and minority interests 40,499 192,158 Depreciation and amortization 136,672 109,966 Impairment loss on long-lived assets 18,341 12,410 Amortization of goodwill 1,464 1,409 Increase (decrease) in reserves (14,990) 1,256 Interest and dividend income (4,536) (3,904) Interest expenses 10,038 6,258 Exchange loss (gain), net (6,264) 6,213 Equity in losses (gains) of unconsolidated subsidiaries and 451 (2,188) affiliates Loss (gain) on sale and valuation of investment securities 345 (1,346) Loss on sale and disposal of property, plant and equipment 3,802 3,356 Decrease (increase) in trade notes and accounts receivable (14,132) (24,455) Decrease (increase) in inventories 53,224 (12,315) Increase (decrease) in trade notes and accounts payable (39,191) 3,578 Others 6,227 20,167 Subtotal 191,951 312,565 Interest and dividends received 7,023 5,626 Interest paid (10,410) (6,431) Income taxes (paid) refunded (7,880) (26,090) Net cash provided by operating activities 180,683 285,669Cash Flows from Investing Activities Payments for time deposits due over three months (35,005) (31,928) Proceeds from refund of time deposits due to over three months 50,131 32,712 Purchase of property, plant and equipment (133,259) (114,222) Proceeds from sale of property, plant and equipment 6,888 3,661 Purchase of investments in securities (271) (1,747) Purchase of investments in subsidiaries (14,318) Proceeds from sale and redemption of investments in securities, 220 3,487 unconsolidated subsidiaries and affiliates Purchase of investments in subsidiaries resulting in change in (2,515) scope of consolidation Proceeds from purchase of investments in subsidiaries resulting 115 in change in scope of consolidation Proceeds from sales of investments in subsidiaries resulting in 726 change in scope of consolidation Others (4,993) 109 Net cash used in investing activities (115,563) (124,644)Cash Flows from Financing Activities Increase (decrease) in short-term loans and commercial paper (200,416) 1,304 Proceeds from long-term debt 142,549 472 Repayments of long-term debt (75,575) (71,725) Proceeds from issuance of bonds 169,628 Redemption of bonds (40,844) (2,729) Purchase of treasury stock (92) (609) Dividends paid (23,352) (23,350) Others (1,989) (4,158) Net cash used in financing activities (30,092) (100,797)Effect of Exchange Rate Changes on Cash and Cash Equivalents 1,068 (3,305)Changes in Cash and Cash Equivalents 36,096 56,922Cash and Cash Equivalents at Beginning of Year 59,772 95,869Cash and Cash Equivalents at End of Year 95,869 152,792 19
  • 20. (5) Summary of significant accounting policies 1) Scope of Consolidation The Company had 215 subsidiaries as of December 31, 2010 (221 as of December 31, 2009). The consolidated financial statements include the accounts of the Company and 178 (178 for December 31, 2009) of its subsidiaries. The definition of subsidiary is based on the substantive existence of controlling power. The accounts of the remaining 37 (43 as of December 31, 2009) unconsolidated subsidiaries are excluded from consolidated financial statements since the aggregate amounts of these subsidiaries in terms of combined assets, net sales, net income (loss) and retained earnings (accumulated deficit) are immaterial in relation to those of the consolidated financial statements of the Companies. 2) Principles of Consolidation For the purposes of preparing the consolidated financial statements, all significant intercompany transactions, account balances and unrealized profits among the Companies have been eliminated. At December 31, 2010 and 2009, the financial year-end of all the consolidated subsidiaries matches that of the Company. In the elimination of investments in subsidiaries, the assets and liabilities of the subsidiaries, including the portion attributable to minority shareholders, are evaluated using the fair value at the time the Company acquired control of the respective subsidiaries. Goodwill and negative goodwill that occurred on or before March 31, 2010 are amortized over a period of 20 years on a straight- line basis. Negative goodwill that occurred on or after April 1, 2010 is recognized as profit in the fiscal year when the said negative goodwill occurred. Legal reserves of consolidated subsidiaries provided subsequent to the acquisition of such subsidiaries are included in retained earnings and are not shown separately in the consolidated financial statements. 3) Investments in Unconsolidated Subsidiaries and Affiliates under the Equity Method The Company had 37 (43 as of December 31, 2009) unconsolidated subsidiaries and 45 (43 as of December 31, 2009) affiliates as of December 31, 2010. Affiliates are defined to include those which are 15% or more owned and those that are subject to exercise of influence over the management of the affiliates by the investor company. The equity method is applied only to investments in major companies (30 and 28 companies at December 31, 2010 and 2009, respectively). The investments in the remaining unconsolidated subsidiaries and affiliates are stated at cost or less, because they do not have a material effect on the consolidated financial statements. 4) Translation of Foreign Currency Financial Statements (Accounts of Overseas Subsidiaries and Affiliates) All the assets and liabilities of overseas consolidated subsidiaries and overseas affiliates accounted for by the equity method are translated into yen at the current exchange rates prevailing at the balance sheet dates, except common stock and additional paid-in capital accounts which are translated at the historical rates. Revenues and expenses are translated by the average exchange rates prevailing during each period. The resulting differences are recorded as Foreign currency translation adjustments and Minority Interests in Consolidated Subsidiaries in Net Assets in the Consolidated Balance Sheets. 5) Translation of Foreign Currency Transactions Revenue and expense items arising from transactions denominated in foreign currencies are translated into yen at the rates effective at the respective transaction dates. Foreign currencies and monetary receivables and payables denominated in foreign currencies are translated into yen at the current exchange rates prevailing at the respective balance sheet dates and the resulting translation gain or loss is included in determination of net income for the period. 6) Valuation of Securities Securities other than securities of subsidiaries and affiliated companies are stated at market value. Differences between market value and acquisition costs are recorded as Unrealized gains on securities, net of tax in Net Assets. The cost of securities sold is calculated by the moving-average method. Securities without market value are stated at cost determined by the moving-average method. Declines in the value of securities, other than those which are deemed to be temporary, are reflected in current income. 7) Inventories Inventories are mainly stated at cost determined by the moving-average method (the method of reducing the book value of inventories when their contribution to profitability declines). 8) Property, Plant and Equipment Depreciation of property, plant and equipment is principally computed by the straight-line method over the estimated useful lives of the assets. 20
  • 21. 9) Intangible Assets Amortization of intangible assets is computed by the straight-line method.10) Lease Assets related to financial lease transactions not involving the transfer of ownership Depreciation of lease assets related to financial lease transactions not involving the transfer of ownership is calculated by the straight-line method over the lease periods, which are deemed as the useful lives, assuming no residual value. For financial lease transactions not involving the transfer of ownership, of which transactions commenced before December 31, 2008, accounting method for ordinary operating lease transactions is applied.11) Certain Accrued Expenses Items Certain accrued expense items, which are essentially an estimate of amounts to be determined in future years, are provided by the Companies. The basis for recognizing such accrued expenses is as follows: ( ) Allowance for bad debts Allowance for bad debts is provided for at an amount sufficient to cover possible losses on the collection of receivables by taking the historical loan loss ratio. For certain doubtful receivables, the uncollectible amounts are estimated based on a review of the collectibility of individual receivables. ( ) Accrued bonuses to employees Accrued bonuses to employees is provided for based on the estimated amount to be paid to employees after the balance sheet date for their services rendered during the current period. ( ) Accrued bonuses to directors Accrued bonuses to directors is provided for based on the estimated amount to be paid to directors after the balance sheet date for their services rendered during the current period. ( ) Accrued retirement benefits for directors Accrued retirement benefits for directors is provided for at certain domestic subsidiaries based on the estimated amount to be paid to directors and corporate auditors under the Companies internal rules. ( ) Reserve for rebuilding furnaces Reserve for rebuilding furnaces is provided for based on the estimated costs to be incurred at the next periodic special repair works on its facilities over the service period until the next repair works. ( ) Reserve for restructuring programs Reserve for restructuring programs represents reasonably estimated costs arising from the additional severance compensation program related to restructuring, and the restructuring of certain businesses of the Companies.12) Accounting for Retirement Benefits to Employees Recognition of accrued retirement benefits to employees is based on actuarial valuation of projected benefit obligations and fund assets. The prior service cost is amortized on a straight-line basis over the average remaining service period of employees (mainly 13 years), from the year when it is incurred. Actuarial gains/losses are amortized on a straight-line basis over average remaining service period of employees (mainly 13 years), in the year subsequent to when it is incurred.13) Accounting for Consumption Tax Consumption tax is imposed at the flat rate of 5% on all Japanese domestic consumption of goods and services (with certain exemptions). The consumption tax withheld upon sale, and consumption tax paid on purchases of goods and services, are not included in the amounts of respective revenue and cost or expense items in the accompanying Consolidated Statements of Income.14) Income Taxes The Company has adopted the consolidated tax return system for the calculation of income taxes. Under the consolidated tax return system, the Company consolidates all wholly owned domestic subsidiaries based on the Japanese tax regulations. 21
  • 22. 15) Derivative Financial Instruments The Companies use financial instruments to reduce its exposure to market risks from fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates, interest rates, and oil prices that may occur in the ordinary course of business. The basic rules and policies are determined by the Board of Directors, and the results of the transactions, including balances and gains/losses, are periodically reported to management. The controls over the transaction and position balances of foreign currency derivatives are monitored by the accounting/finance departments and the controls over the transactions and position balances of commodity derivatives are monitored by the procurement department. Hedging instruments mainly include foreign currency swap contracts, interest rate swap contracts and commodity swap contracts. Hedging items mainly include bonds, borrowings and fuel oil. Derivatives are recorded at fair value.16) Cash and Cash Equivalents in the Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows Cash and cash equivalents comprises cash on hand, bank deposits available for withdrawal on demand, and short-term investments due within three months or less and substantially free from any price fluctuation risk. 22
  • 23. (6) Changes in accounting principles 1) Changes in the accounting standards for revenues from completed construction and cost of completed construction With regard to recognizing revenues and costs of long-term construction contracts, the Company adopted the Accounting Standard for Construction Contracts (ASBJ Statement No. 15, December 27, 2007) and the Guidance on Accounting Standard for Construction Contracts (ASBJ Guidance No. 18, December 27, 2007) from this fiscal year. Accordingly, the percentage-of-completion method (the construction progress rate is estimated using the cost proportion method) was applied to construction contracts which started during this fiscal year in case the percentage of completion of the construction works at the end of this fiscal year was reasonably estimated. Meanwhile, the completed-contract method was applied to other construction works. This change has no effect on operating income, ordinary income and income before income taxes and minority interests or segment information for this fiscal year. 2) Changes in depreciation method for tangible fixed assets Previously, the Company had computed depreciation of tangible fixed assets mainly using the declining-balance method in Japan and the straight-line method overseas. However, in order to unify accounting procedures within the AGC Group, the Company changed the method of computing such depreciation in Japan mainly to the straight-line method from this fiscal year. Consequently, depreciation expenses decreased by 24,406 million yen for the year ended December 31, 2010. Meanwhile, operating income, ordinary income and income before income taxes and minority interests increased by 24,175 million yen, 24,402 million yen and 24,406 million yen, respectively. The effects of this change on segment information are mentioned in the relevant section. 3) Application of Accounting Standards for Business Combinations Effective from April 1, 2010, the Company adopted the "Accounting Standard for Business Combinations" (ASBJ Statement No.21, December 26, 2008), the "Accounting Standard for Consolidated Financial Statements" (ASBJ Statement No.22, December 26, 2008), the "Partial amendments to Accounting Standard for Research and Development Costs" (ASBJ Statement No.23, December 26, 2008), the "Revised Accounting Standard for Business Divestitures" (ASBJ Statement No.7, December 26, 2008), the "Revised Accounting Standard for Equity Method of Accounting for Investments" (ASBJ Statement No.16, December 26, 2008), and the "Revised Guidance on Accounting Standard for Business Combinations and Accounting Standard for Business Divestitures" (ASBJ Guidance No.10, December 26, 2008). 4) Application of Partial Amendments to Accounting Standard for Retirement Benefit The AGC Group has applied the Partial Amendments to Accounting Standard for Retirement Benefits (Part 3) (ASBJ Statement No. 19, July 31, 2008) from this fiscal year. This change has no effect on the profit and loss of this fiscal year, since actuarial differences will be amortized from the following fiscal year. The difference in retirement benefit obligations that arises due to the application of this accounting standard is immaterial. 23
  • 24. (7) Notes of consolidated financial statements (a) Segment information 1) Business Segment FY2009 (Jan 1 through Dec 31, 2009) (Unit: millions of yen) Electronics Corporate or Consolidated Glass and Chemicals Other Total elimination total Display Sales and Operating income Sales (1) Sales to customers 522,143 368,559 230,932 26,562 1,148,198 - 1,148,198 (2) Inter-segment sales/transfers 2,865 781 2,763 42,326 48,738 (48,738) -Total sales 525,008 369,341 233,696 68,889 1,196,936 (48,738) 1,148,198 Operating expenses 560,032 242,399 241,424 66,849 1,110,705 (49,189) 1,061,516 Operating income (loss) (35,023) 126,942 (7,727) 2,039 86,231 451 86,682 Assets, Depreciation and amortization and Capital expenditures Assets 698,994 672,404 251,033 202,871 1,825,303 (43,427) 1,781,875 Depreciation and amortization 52,159 61,605 22,069 1,279 137,114 (441) 136,672 Impairment loss 5,479 16,088 2,096 4,098 27,763 - 27,763 on long-lived assets Capital expenditures 45,888 60,165 17,595 1,288 124,937 - 124,937 (Note) 1. Business segmentation is based on the similarity of manufacturing process and sales market. 2. Main products included in each business segment: Glass Flat and automotive glass, construction materials and others Electronics and Display Electronic components, FPD (liquid crystal display, PDP) glass substrates, CRT glass bulbs and others Chemicals Caustic soda, chlorine and its derivative products, fluorochemical products, ion-exchange membranes and others Other Ceramics and others 3. Total assets included in the Corporate or elimination amounted to 234,593 million yen. The amount primarily represents the parent companys excess operating funds (cash on hand and in banks), long-term investment funds (investments in securities), etc. 4. 9,422 million yen of impairment loss on long-lived assets is recorded as expenses for restructuring programs. 5. Changes in accounting policies, procedures, and methods of presentation AGC Group has applied Accounting Standard for Measurement of Inventories (ASBJ Statement No. 9, July 5, 2006) effective from this fiscal year. As a result of this change, operating loss in Glass business segment increased 865 million yen, operating income in Electronics and Display business segment declined 875 million yen, operating loss in Chemicals business segment increased 816 million yen, and operating income in Corporate or elimination declined 431 million yen for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2009. 6. Changes in useful lives of tangible fixed assets In the light of the amendment to the Corporation Tax Act (Law Partially Revising the Income Tax Law and other laws, Law No. 23; April 30, 2008), the Company and its domestic consolidated subsidiaries reviewed useful lives of tangible fixed assets to reflect actual conditions. As a result of this change, operating loss in Glass business segment increased 179 million yen, operating income in Electronics and Display business segment declined 10,244 million yen, operating loss in Chemicals business segment increased 1,091 million yen, operating income in Other business segment declined 521 million yen, and operating income in Corporate or elimination increased 48 million yen for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2009. 24
  • 25. FY2010 (Jan 1 through Dec 31, 2010) (Unit: millions of yen) Electronics Corporate or Consolidated Glass and Chemicals Other Total elimination total Display Sales and Operating income Sales (1) Sales to customers 568,115 433,801 256,654 30,376 1,288,947 - 1,288,947 (2) Inter-segment sales/transfers 2,806 1,500 3,423 46,929 54,659 (54,659) -Total sales 570,921 435,301 260,078 77,305 1,343,607 (54,659) 1,288,947 Operating expenses 549,758 245,391 244,856 74,299 1,114,305 (54,563) 1,059,742 Operating income 21,163 189,909 15,221 3,006 229,301 (96) 229,205 Assets, Depreciation and amortization and Capital expenditures Assets 628,478 646,550 250,948 215,651 1,741,628 22,410 1,764,038 Depreciation and amortization 42,836 51,539 14,772 1,030 110,179 (212) 109,966 Impairment loss 4,802 8,018 21 828 13,670 - 13,670 on long-lived assets Capital expenditures 34,620 66,902 14,958 958 117,439 - 117,439 (Note) 1. Business segmentation is based on the similarity of manufacturing process and sales market. 2. Main products included in each business segment: Glass Flat and automotive glass, glass for solar cells, construction materials and others Electronics and Display Electronic components, FPD (liquid crystal display, PDP) glass substrates and others Chemicals Caustic soda, chlorine and its derivative products, fluorochemical products, ion-exchange membranes and others Other Ceramics and others 3. Total assets included in the Corporate or elimination amounted to 265,329 million yen. The amount primarily represents the parent companys excess operating funds (cash on hand and in banks), long-term investment funds (investments in securities), etc. 4. 1,260million yen of impairment loss on long-lived assets is recorded as expenses for restructuring programs. 5. Changes to depreciation method for tangible fixed assets Previously, the Company had computed depreciation of tangible fixed assets mainly using the declining-balance method in Japan and the straight-line method overseas. However, in order to unify accounting procedures within the AGC Group, the Company changed the method of computing such depreciation in Japan to the straight-line method from this fiscal year. Consequently, operating income in Glass business segment increased 5,252million yen, operating income in Electronics and Display business segment increased 12,663million yen, operating income in Chemicals business segment increased 6,054 million yen, and operating income in Other business segment increased 205 million yen. 25
  • 26. 2) Geographic Segment FY2009 (Jan 1 through Dec 31, 2009) (Unit: millions of yen) The Corporate or Consolidated Japan Asia Europe Total Americas elimination total Sales and Operating incomeSales(1) Sales to customers 475,185 375,142 66,287 231,582 1,148,198 - 1,148,198(2) Inter-segment sales 183,370 42,833 10,165 4,494 240,864 (240,864) - Total sales 658,556 417,976 76,452 236,076 1,389,062 (240,864) 1,148,198Operating expenses 631,036 339,663 88,930 242,563 1,302,194 (240,678) 1,061,516Operating income (loss) 27,519 78,312 (12,477) (6,486) 86,867 (185) 86,682 Assets 706,286 513,827 94,972 335,746 1,650,832 131,043 1,781,875(Note) 1. Segmentation of countries and regions is based on geographic proximity. 2. Major countries and regions are as follows: Asia : Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, China and South Korea The Americas : U.S.A. and Canada Europe : Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Germany, France, U.K. and Russia 3. Changes in accounting policies, procedures, and methods of presentation AGC Group has applied Accounting Standard for Measurement of Inventories (ASBJ Statement No. 9, July 5, 2006) from this fiscal year. As a result of this change, operating income in Japan geographic segment decreased 2,987 million yen for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2009. 4. Changes in useful lives of tangible fixed assets In the light of the amendment to the Corporation Tax Act (Law Partially Revising the Income Tax Law and other laws, Law No. 23; April 30, 2008), the Company and its domestic consolidated subsidiaries reviewed useful lives of tangible fixed assets to reflect actual conditions. As a result of this change, operating income in Japan geographic segment decreased 11,988 million yen for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2009. FY2010 (Jan 1 through Dec 31, 2010) (Unit: millions of yen) The Corporate or Consolidated Japan Asia Europe Total Americas elimination total Sales and Operating incomeSales(1) Sales to customers 540,724 443,541 78,606 226,075 1,288,947 - 1,288,947(2) Inter-segment sales 236,887 52,128 7,474 6,886 303,376 (303,376) - Total sales 777,612 495,669 86,081 232,961 1,592,324 (303,376) 1,288,947Operating expenses 639,524 405,988 91,173 226,159 1,362,845 (303,103) 1,059,742Operating income (loss) 138,087 89,681 (5,091) 6,801 229,478 (273) 229,205 Assets 724,319 544,859 78,105 278,023 1,625,308 138,730 1,764,038(Note) 1. Segmentation of countries and regions is based on geographic proximity. 2. Major countries and regions are as follows: Asia : Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, China and South Korea The Americas : U.S.A. Europe : Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Germany, France, U.K. and Russia 3. Changes to depreciation method for tangible fixed assets Previously, the Company had computed depreciation of tangible fixed assets mainly using the declining-balance method in Japan and the straight-line method overseas. However, in order to unify accounting procedures within the AGC Group, the Company changed the method of computing such depreciation in Japan to the straight-line method from this fiscal year. Consequently, operating income in Japan geographic segment increased 24,175 million yen. 26
  • 27. 3) Overseas Sales FY2009 (Jan 1 through Dec 31, 2009) (Unit: millions of yen) Asia The Americas Europe Other Total Overseas sales 404,897 69,439 234,598 12,691 721,626 Percentage of Overseas sales to 35.3% 6.0% 20.4% 1.1% 62.8% Consolidated sales(Note) 1. Segmentation of countries and regions is based on geographic proximity. 2. Major countries and regions are as follows: Asia : Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, China and South Korea The Americas : U.S.A. and Canada Europe : Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Germany, France and Russia Other : Oceania, Middle East and Africa 3. Overseas sales consist of exports from the Company and domestic consolidated subsidiaries and sales of overseas consolidated subsidiaries, excluding those from transactions with Japan. FY2010 (Jan 1 through Dec 31, 2010) (Unit: millions of yen) Asia The Americas Europe Other Total Overseas sales 495,017 79,132 228,787 14,473 817,411 Percentage of Overseas sales to 38.4% 6.1% 17.7% 1.2% 63.4% Consolidated sales(Note) 1. Segmentation of countries and regions is based on geographic proximity. 2. Major countries and regions are as follows: Asia : Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, China and South Korea The Americas : U.S.A. Europe : Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Germany, France and Russia Other : Oceania, Middle East and Africa 3. Overseas sales consist of exports from the Company and domestic consolidated subsidiaries and sales of overseas consolidated subsidiaries, excluding those from transactions with Japan. 27
  • 28. (b) Per Share Information FY2009 FY2010 (as of December 31, 2009) (as of December 31, 2010)Net assets per share (yen) 646.53 692.59Net income per share-basic (yen) 17.12 105.52Net income per share-fully diluted (yen) 17.04 97.84 Note Net income per share was calculated on the basis of the following data. FY2009 FY2010 (as of December 31, 2009) (as of December 31, 2010)Net income per share-basic Net income (millions of yen) 19,985 123,184 Net income not attributable to common - - shareholders (millions of yen) Net income attributable to common shareholders (millions 19,985 123,184 of yen) Average number of common shares outstanding 1,167,623 1,167,415 (thousands of shares)Net income per share-fully diluted Net income adjusted for latent shares (millions of yen) - - -Interest expense, net of tax (millions of yen) - - Number of increase in common shares 5,449 91,563 (thousands of shares) -Bonds with subscription rights to shares 4,195 90,090 (thousands of shares) -Warrant for stock option (thousands of shares) 1,253 1,473Potential common stock with anti-dilutive effect, Warrant for stock option Warrant for stock optionexcluded from the computation of Net income per (1,794 share subscription rights) (1,332 share subscription rights)share-fully-diluted . 28
  • 29. 5. Others1. Changes in significant management indicators (Unit: billions of yen) For the Six months FY2011 FY2009 FY2010 ended June, 2011 Forecast Forecast Net sales 1,148.2 1,288.9 650.0 1,350.0 Operating income 86.7 229.2 100.0 220.0 Ordinary income 87.2 226.8 100.0 215.0 Net income 20.0 123.2 60.0 130.0 Net income per share (yen) 17.12 105.52 51.41 111.40 (Unit: billions of yen) FY2009 FY2010 (as of Dec. 31, 2009) (as of Dec. 31, 2010) Interest-bearing debts 600.7 508.5 Total net assets 808.3 849.8 D/E ratio 0.74 0.602. Capital expenditures, depreciation and amortization, R&D actual/forecast (Unit: billions of yen) FY 2011 FY2009 FY 2010 Forecast Capital expenditures 124.9 117.4 200.0 Depreciation and amortization 136.7 110.0 120.0 Research and development costs 45.0 39.4 50.03. Exchange rates FY 2009 FY 2010 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Average 95.20 96.76 92.81 90.12 90.75 91.29 85.03 82.22 Yen/US Dollar End of period 98.23 96.01 90.21 92.10 93.04 88.48 83.82 81.49 Average 123.20 133.45 132.97 132.60 123.71 114.83 111.45 110.39 Yen/Euro End of period 129.84 135.53 131.72 132.00 124.92 107.81 114.24 107.90 FY2011 Forecast Yen/US Dollar 85 Yen/Euro 110 29